Microgrids

A microgrid is a small, localized energy grid that is typically connected to, and provides power to, a small community or group of buildings. Microgrids can operate independently from the main power grid, or they can be connected to and support the larger grid. Microgrids can be used to provide power during grid outages or disruptions, and can help to improve the reliability and resilience of the overall power system. Some of the emerging trends in microgrids include the use of renewable energy sources, the use of storage devices, the use of smart grid technologies, and the use of microgrid controllers.

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